4:1 Cinnamon Certificate of Analysis concerns

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22 Apr, 2011 02:33 PM

I ordered the 4:1 Cinnamon from PureBulk that you referenced in the latest edition of Alternatives.
It arrived today, and the certificate of analysis shows several ingredients that concern me: 1.1 ppm lead, 0.07 ppm mercury 1.0 ppm arsenic, & < 10 ppm heavy metals.
I know that this is a concentrated powder, so I will be consuming very small quantities at a time, but should I be concerned about these ingredients?

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Max Beebout on 22 Apr, 2011 04:56 PM

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    No, you should not be concerned. Those are the manufacturing standards for that product. They are standard for the industry and the product is tested to conform with the USP (United States Pharmacopoeia) standards. All you are seeing it the analytical testing data performed on the product.

    Thank you!

    Amanda M.
    Customer Service
    PureBulk, Inc.

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